Speak Good English
Why should you speak good English at the workplace?
Speaking good English projects a confident, polished and professional image.

If you don’t speak English well, you may be perceived as being unprofessional or incompetent. This may be an unfair assessment, but people do judge us by the way we use English at the workplace.

Besides that, having a grasp of good spoken English also helps you to better understand the English that you hear.

What do you gain from this one-day workshop?
This programme focuses on problems relating to articulation, speech patterns, and grammar. It will also suggest a targeted and personalised approach for each participant to work on their main concerns for improvement.

You will learn the implications of different speech patterns. You can then improve your own speech patterns to speak more clearly and effectively.

This programme also discusses how you can switch from Singlish to standard English when necessary.

Workshop Objectives
  1. Know the importance of articulating words accurately.
  2. Understand the main features of speech patterns, which include factors like linking, stress, and intonation. 
  3. Be aware of the common mistakes relating to articulation, speech patterns and grammar, and learn a targeted approach to correct these mistakes.

Workshop Highlights
Get Your Articulation Right
  • Commonly mispronounced words

Use Speech Patterns Effectively
  • The long and short vowel sound
  • Lack of word and sentence stress
  • Narrow intonation
  • Over-using filler sounds

Use Grammar Correctly
  • First language interference
  • Missing be-verbs
  • Lack of tense form
  • No differentiation between the singular and plural
  • Wrong use of question tags

Trainer: Jolynn Chow

Venue: Royal Plaza on Scotts (OR) Rendezvous Hotel Singapore (OR) M Hotel Singapore

Duration: 1 Day

Time: 9am to 5pm

Fee: S$450

(Fee includes a training workbook, daily buffet lunch and refreshments.)

(Register 3 or more participants and pay only S$420 per participant*)

* Terms and Conditions on Registration Page

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